( Name that Celebrity! )
Nov. 11th, 2007
( Name that Celebrity! )
I said 'Will, Why, What' and... he did not get it! Apparently nobody had ever made that joke before (he wasn't being sarcastic he looked thoroughly confused) it was probably me being a name freak but it jumped out.. anyway...
i want a go.
First name has to be chosen from your closest friends, middle begins with the same letter as their surname.
First and middle have to be made up- yooneek spellings of your favourite combos.
First must be someone from a Disney film, middle must be an A list movie star's name.
First must be Shakesperean, middle must have a meaning you love.
Thankyou for playing :-)
The name: Amanda Doreen Egan (pronounced EE-gan)
I love the last name and intend to keep it through marriage. But the rest has got to go. Any suggestions to things that would go well with my last name?
About me: 27, female. I prefer names that are less common, no extra y's and h's to make a boring name original, something that can be shortened is nice, open to men's names, nothing too girly.
Names I have liked that I just don't think go with my last name: Regan, Cree, Rowan, names that begin with E.
Other names I love but feel too cheesy with or know someone of the name already: Sigourney (known), Michael (too masculine), Amara (know a Mara), Scarlet (I'd feel cheesy), Ella (too common these days)
Any suggestions would be hugely appreciated. Here's a picture of me so that you can get an idea of what suits me (except these days I'm platinum blond)
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EDIT: I like names that begin with E very often, but I don't want a first and last name that start with the same letter.
I need help with middle names though. She will most likely have two middle names, plus her last name so Im hoping to have a rather simple first middle name. Suggestions please? Tia.
Apparently adding a Y to a boy's name DOES make a girl's name. I met a woman (probably 40 year old) whose given name was Brandy. She insisted on being called Brandon. (Pronounced Bran- DAWN). Later I saw that she spells it Brandyn. ???
Also: In the last week I've met two two women with honest to god men's names - Michael and Clyde. The former was 30ish, the latter 60ish.
aster -- too close to ass.
digby -- i think it's adorable, but it sounds like a dog name, and i can't imagine an adult being named this.
huckleberry -- i love the nick name huck, but too close to a swear word.
hadley -- too preppy, yuppie, suburban, etc.
luella -- cute, but much to cutesy, i can't see a adult named this.
ellaraine -- i think it's beautiful, but too bizarre for my liking.
arlo -- i like the connotations, but i just can't imagine naming my kid this.
rufus -- same as digby.
I've been meaning to post this for awhile. They're not in birth order, because I always forget the birth order. My dad and his siblings:
Tommy Lee (dad!)
Charles Ezra (nn Chucky)
Lloyd William Jr (nn Buddy)
( Also, a question )